Jul 17th 2016
This Week in Tech 571
Pokemon Go is the most popular mobile game ever, watching the Republican convention on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch. Consumer Reports thinks Tesla should rename Autopilot, the FBI says their Malware is not Malware because they are the good guys, free Windows 10 update ends July 29th, Galaxy Note 7 coming August 2nd.
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- It's official. It took Pokemon GO only 5 days to become the biggest mobile game in US history
- Pokémon Go for iOS updated to resolve Google account concerns ...
- "Pokémon Go" May Prove That AR Is More Mainstream Than VR
- How Google Is Quietly Benefiting From Pokémon Go's Success - Fortune
- Pokémon GO' Servers Down: Weekend Brings Seeming Crush Of Players
- Pokemon Go launched in 26 countries, and then its servers crashed
- Watching the Republican Convention on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch
- Attempted coup in Turkey seen live on social media despite blockages
- As Erdogan Faces Turkish Coup, The Guy Who Once Banned Social Media Sites, Forced To Address Nation Via Facetime & Twitter
- Another Night, Another Shooting on Facebook Live
- Consumer Reports wants Tesla to rename its Autopilot. Tesla says no way.
- Autopilot's problems aren't all Tesla's fault, they're our own - Roadshow
- Amazon's Prime Day breaks single-day sales record - CNET
- Google Doodle for World Emoji day teaches girls to code by creating custom emojis
- The FBI Says Its Malware Isn’t Malware Because the FBI Is Good
- It's official: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the next Note, launching August 2
- Windows 10 Free Update Ends July 31st
- Yahoo Is Said to Collect Final Bids as Auction Nears Its End - The New York Times
- US, NSF to put $400M into Advanced Wireless Research Initiative for 5G networks | TechCrunch